Apara Ekadashi is June 6. Between the 24 days of Ekadashi, Apara Ekadashi It is important. It is also known as Jyeshtha Ekadashi. The devotees of Lord Vishnu observe a strict fast in Apara Ekadashi. People who observe Ekadashi vrats you can choose to fast without drinking water (Nirjala) or have just one meal with just fruits and vrat food. Grains and cereals are avoided during the Ekadashi fast. Devotees of Lord Vishnu observe the Ekadashi fast to seek his blessings.

Apara Ekadashi date and time

  • Apara Ekadashi is Sunday June 6
  • Ekadashi tithi begins at 12:28 am on June 4
  • Ekadashi tithi ends at 6:19 am on June 6
  • Paraná or the time to break the Ekadashi fast is between 5:23 am and 8:10 am on June 7.

(Source: drikpanchang.com)

Fasting on Ekadashi is observed every 11th of the month according to the Hindu calendar. Every month Lord Vishnu’s devotees observe two Ekadashi vrats, one during the Shukla Paksha or Full Moon phase and one during the Krishna Paksha or New Moon phase. On Apara Ekadashi, devotees worship Lord Vishnu or the familiar deity with dhoop, deep, sandalwood paste, fruits and flowers.